Take Apart E200HA VIVOBook from Asus. Show you what the hard drive looks like. no hard drive upgrade for this computer.
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Where are slots of DDR3L ?
There has not been a single issue on any of them and they all run quick lnfo.help/Vivo_Book?睦 Please note this is a protected windows 10 operating system which means you can not run aftermarket (non Microsoft) software to protect the systems by default from corrupt applications. Again, this is perfect for kids.
This is the wifi adapter. It is not the HDD. It is soldered
this computer is only good for supporting table
does the e200h and e200ha share the same motherboard
Really anoying camera angle, cant see anything like this ! and buy some tools to open the pfc connectors, a screwdriver is note ment to do this.
R3DLIN3S……..do you have firmware for that emmc file , i mean for E200HA ..
за такие недоноуты надо 10 лет расстрела давать! а проектировщиков новых асус рог посадить на такие компы и спрашивать каждый день письменный отчет
amigo donde encuentro el disco ssd de esa maquina ?
Hey how we change it plz ???
is it the same as the E200H laptop?
anyone know if i can remove the wireless card and replace it with any type or storage like an m.2 it looks like one can fit but not sure if itl work
Even no memory upgrade too?
thx this saved my from opening my laptop
What a crap video… why have the title hard drive upgrade if it doesn't cover it in the video. What a waste of time. If it was just a "take apart" video then it would be fine. Annoying.
Oh, so the storage is not soldered on the motherboard.. thank god..
that wifi chip is on a m.2 port. swap it for a m.2 ssd and use a usb wifi dongle
how can i remove the bios password my costumer he forget
A good machine, ruined by its useless slow and little emmc
Did you success it? Did you replace from emmc 32gb to 64gb?
Looking at 1:27 on the left of wlan card, to me it seems an m.2 slot for an ssd, isn't it?